All endpoints are only accessible via HTTPS and are located at
For API endpoints that list results–like events and servers–there is a limit on the number of results returned per request. This is done for performance reasons. These endpoints have two parameters you should use to navigate your data:
limit on the number of results to be returned, between 1 and 500 with a default of 500. A validation error will be returned if you attempt a request with a
limit value that is outside this range.
page of results you wish to be returned with page numbers starting at `0`.
Examples: For example, if you have 145 servers and wish to fetch them in chunks of 50 you would have to make three requests:
Since the Automox API does not return pagination information with all of its API endpoints, you may need to compare the number of returned results to the `limit` requested. When the limit and number of results returned are equal, you may need to make an additional request with a higher page number to ensure you have all of your data.
See our Community page example: Example API call with pagination limits
Note that ‘servers’ and ‘endpoints’ are used interchangeably.
The API key is a unique identifier that authenticates requests. You can find your API key from the console.
Go to Settings > Keys to find and manage your API key. Refer to Managing Keys in our documentation.
See also Getting Started with Automox API.